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Julian Assange says will not forgive or forget after Sweden drops investigation

Julian Assange says will not forgive or forget after Sweden drops investigation

Assange, 45, took refuge in the Ecuadorean embassy in June 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden over the rape allegation, which he denies. "This is a victory for the rule of law", said Andenas. The embattled founder of document-spilling site WikiLeaks has been living in Ecuador's embassy in London since 2012 in a bid to avoid prosecution on those allegations and to shield himself from a potential United States espionage prosecution.



Under siege in Washington, Trump reaps Saudi arms deal, stronger ties

Two years earlier, Trump tweeted his disapproval of Michelle Obama also appearing in Saudi without a head covering. Trump arrived in Riyadh besieged by the fallout from his firing of FBI Director James Comey and more revelations about the federal investigations into his election campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation.


US, Saudi Arabia sign historic weapons deal worth almost $110 billion

US, Saudi Arabia sign historic weapons deal worth almost $110 billion

Speaking to journalists after a ceremony to exchange agreements, Trump said it was a "tremendous day" and spoke of "hundreds of billions of dollars of investments into the United States and jobs, jobs, jobs". Trump's trip to Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy, the Vatican and Belgium has been billed by the White House as a chance to visit places sacred to three of the world's major religions, while giving Trump time to meet with Arab, Israeli and European leaders.



White House overtaken by Russian minarets on new Time cover

The Post report includes discussion of the investigation, which now includes potential financial crimes, will be taking steps that will be more public and visible, including issuing subpoenas and collecting documents, and that this makes it far more likely those coming into court will go public.



Stocks Come Off Highs on More Developments in Trump-Russia Quagmire

The report also indicated that investigators are shifting into a "more overtly active phase" of discovery with the "intensity of the probe. expected to accelerate in the coming weeks". The White House did not dispute the account portrayed, and instead said that the FBI investigation had put unnecessary pressure on the President's ability to conduct diplomacy with Russian Federation.